Why? do they keep bringing this up???

Posted February 02, 2013

heres the why?

from Foxports..

1Super Bowl XXXVIII - Janet Jackson gets exposed

This is the mother of all Super Bowl scandals — strange considering it never affected the game or anyone's life. This was all about the Feb. 1, 2004 halftime act — Janet Jackson's notorious "wardrobe malfunction" in her duet performance with Justin Timberlake. The highly controversial MTV-produced show culminated with Timberlake ripping off Jackson's two-piece top, revealing the singer's breast covered by an obvious nipple shield. Jackson apologized, Timberlake was mortified and though the breast was exposed for just 9/16ths of a second on the CBS telecast, the NFL announced it would never let MTV produce another halftime show. CBS was fined $550,000 by the FCC — which was later overturned in 2008. — Adrian Hasenmayer



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Are you kidding me??? this was planned called marketing!all set up staged....Im sure they had practices to get it right!!!

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2 Comments:
  • It doesn't matter to me if it was or wasn't staged. Kids see more watching television now days. On top of that the game is littered with beer commercials teaching our young ones about the importance of alcohol and sports. It's all a bunch of nonsense.
  • I agree.I quit going to kids sports events why??? watch the parents keeping score as if the child is playing for the NBA,or MLB championship and how old are they????
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